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#103534 - 12/25/12 04:49 PM Re: Is threading make the facial hair growing coarser? [Re: cb1]
electrolysislady Offline

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Registered: 10/19/12
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I agree with beate r. Any type of removal from the root, sugaring, threading, waxing or rotary epilation will cause damage to the skin because of the potential for ingrown hairs and the trauma to the skin. I also have seen many clients with damaged skin from these methods.

Have you considered electrolysis? If you do want to pursue it, go for numerous consultations and find a good practitioner. You will never look back!
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#103536 - 12/25/12 05:28 PM Re: Is threading make the facial hair growing coarser? [Re: cb1]
Danika Offline
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Registered: 01/06/12
Posts: 476
If you have this peach fuzz, and plenty of it simply use a rotary razor. Easy on skin and doesnt dry it out or affect hair. I dont know about others but i have found it not yet possible to find a way to do all that type of hair through electrolysis. with "most" practitioners out there, (NOT the ones on this board), you take your chances, it would take a very long time, and be very expensive.
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Female- Light skin, brown/blonde hair.
LASER- over 1+yr. Pleasantly surprised with results. No future sessions. Need to live with/in sun.
ELECTROLYSIS- Scammed by the one in my town. Whenever possible, while traveling out of town,I try to get electrolysis on face. Very Challenging overall due to lack of professionals available .Many treatments done on only a tiny area of my face yet there still seems to be alot of hair growing there. Seems an impossible dream at this point frown




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